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Public Invited to Hear Award-Winning T.C. Williams Choir Final Performance, June 12

TC Williams High School Choir provides a medium for performing choral music in the school and the Alexandria City community. TC’s choral program is comprised of about 120 students representing a variety of cultures and ethnicities that are broken into four distinct groups: Advanced, Mixed, Concert, and Show Choir. All students learn to create an appropriate individual vocal sound and contribute to an ensemble choral sound. TC Williams’ Choir repertoire covers many styles from classical to pop from different periods and ranges in difficulty.
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Final Performance of the Year


Under T.C. Williams Director –Theodore Thorpe, III

The T.C. Williams High School Choir had a wildly successful year full of accomplishments including multiple awards garnered at the 2018 Disney Festival,  an exclusive invitation to the 2017 Music Educators Association Development Conference in Hot Springs, Virginia, and competing in the National iSing Scholarship Challenge contest, winning a second-place prize of $3000.

As the only public high school in the City of Alexandria, TC Williams serve students from 127 countries who speak 115 languages. It has a world-wide reputation thanks to Remember the Titans which has been enhanced over the last five years by the success of the TC Williams Choir. Winning 11 national awards during this time, it has become one of the strongest music programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

“The T.C. Williams Choir Boosters are proud that our students were selected for this honor. To have Director Thorpe a part of the leadership of a multi-school choir from different states is a true testament to his musical ability” says Ms. Becky Santana, President of the T.C. Williams Choir Boosters. “We encourage everyone to come out to this amazing event and learn more about our award-winning Titans!”

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Mary Wadland

Mary Wadland is the Publisher and Editor in Chief of The Zebra Press, founded by her in 2010. Originally from Delray Beach, Florida, Mary is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Hollins College in Roanoke, VA and has lived and worked in the Alexandria publishing community since 1987.

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